Use these 12 doodle page half-sheets to review and track literary elements in Romeo and Juliet. Each half-sheet comes in two formats (guided notes and blank notes) for differentiation and contains places to take notes, doodle, draw a visual representation of the term, discover the etymology, and find three examples of the term from the play. Each term also contains a .pdf to project as students take notes.
Your download includes the following:
• 12 sheets of literary elements (2 per page to create half-sheets) containing guided notes
• 12 sheets of literary elements (2 per page to create half-sheets) containing blank notes
• teacher instruction sheet
• sample answers for each of the 12 terms
• .pdfs to project as students take notes
Please note: None of the .pdfs are editable.
Please note: the etymology section is not exact. Student definitions and understandings may vary. The goal of the etymology section is to help students think of another way to remember the definition and to help them draw a visual representation of the element.
The following literary elements are included:
☆ dramatic irony
☆ iambic pentameter
☆ rhyming couplet
☆ similes & metaphors (on one sheet)
☆ situational irony
☆ verbal irony
Suggestions for use: Provide students with one term per day as you make your way through the play.
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